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Signs advising visitors to stay back from the rushing, high waters of the Ogden River.

Ogden’s rising water concerns

Brisa Odenthal, News Editor June 6, 2023

Unprecedented snowfall during the 2022-23 winter season has also led to worries regarding flooding, as the snow on the mountains begins to move down into the cities. As the weather begins to warm up, the...

A partially submerged tree in the raging Weber River as seen from the Centennial Trail in Riverdale, Utah.

Utah está en aguas turbulentas

Daniela Imbrett, Traductor April 13, 2023

El estado de Utah ha tenido un año récord de nevadas esta temporada de invierno. Sin embargo, con toda la nieve, muchos funcionarios y residentes de Utah han estado preocupados por la probabilidad de...

The ruling gives immediate public access to sections of the Weber River. (Flickr)

Utah Supreme Court decides on Weber River stream access

John Wise November 23, 2017

Utah anglers have something extra to be thankful for on Thanksgiving. The Utah Supreme Court ruled unanimously on Wednesday in favor of the Utah Stream Access Coalition in the non-profit’s suit against...

Despite rainy May, Utah remains dry

June 15, 2015

Last May’s constant parade of rainstorms were a welcome and needed climatic event. However the overall water picture in Utah remains dry and complicated. May was wet and cool and added much-needed...

HB108: Bill would give anglers greater access to streams

January 20, 2015

SALT LAKE CITY — Years of legal and legislative battles between anglers and property owners may play out again during the 2015 Legislative Session. Rep. Dixon Pitcher, R-Ogden, filed HB108, a bill...

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